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Stayed here for three nights in total. I had a pretty positive experience, some of the positives were:
- location was great! less than 5 minutes from two tube stations and within walking distance to great sites like borough markets, the tate modern, the globe,...More
Thank Maisie M
Response from STCHostels, Front Office Manager at St Christopher's Village London BridgeResponded 2 weeks ago
We are glad you got to enjoy some of the sights of London. It is good to hear our staff were able to assist you with the room change. We are sorry you feel that we didn't accommodate to meeting up with other...More
Overall, it was a pleasant experience. The property is clean, well maintained, and staff is attentive and informative. The rooms were nothing to write home about, but they served their purpose and were clean. Security cages for your belongings provided for each bed (lock not...More
Thank Colton E
Response from STCHostels, Front Office Manager at St Christopher's Village London BridgeResponded 12 October 2017
Thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. We are pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay here and we hope that you choose to stay with us again sometime soon. Safe travels
I had an absolutely terrible time here at St Christopher's Village London Bridge.
It was extremely similar to the handful of St Christopher's hostels I've stayed at in the past. It was smelly, loud and stuffy. I stayed in a 6 bed dorm which was...More
Thank Matt R
Response from STCHostels, Front Office Manager at St Christopher's Village London BridgeResponded 7 October 2017
I am sorry you didn't enjoy your stay here. We try to have all the bathrooms cleaned and ready to go for everyone waking up so they get to wake up to nice clean bathrooms and showers. We have 2 brand new bars...More
I quite enjoyed the stay at St Christopher's Village as it was quite close to the London Bridge station and within walking distance I could visit the Bridge and many other attractions by 10 mins on foot. The beds were super comfy and all amenities...More
Response from STCHostels, Front Office Manager at St Christopher's Village London BridgeResponded 11 October 2017
We are glad to hear you enjoyed your stay here at the village. Thanks for the kind words and we hope you had a good time staying in London!
I was the best man for a Stag party of 11, and did all the organising for the stay. I had to ring twice, due to more people wanting to stay than were booked. Both times the people on the phone were extremely helpful, and...More
Response from STCHostels, Front Office Manager at St Christopher's Village London BridgeResponded 6 September 2017
Thanks for your awesome review of our hostel. We loved having you guys stay with us and we will pass the kind words on to out staff members. Enjoy the wedding! :)
US$21 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Even before the arrival of the instantly iconic Shard, the riverside scene in Southwark had moved well beyond any up-and-coming phase of development. For quite some time, locals and out-of-towners alike have loved browsing the boutiques of Bermondsey High Street, foraging through the bounteous stalls at centuries old foodie haven Borough Market, and flocking to the banks of the Thames to enjoy some of Britain's biggest
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